Congratulations to the winners of the 21st Annual Teen Art Show! The 11th and 12th graders were judged by Johnny Johnson, a local artist with an international reputation for excellence, and 11th and 12th graders judged the 9th and 10th graders.
Congratulations to the winners of the 20th Annual Teen Art Show! See the winners below, and visit Flickr to see additional Honorable Mention winners. The 11th and 12th graders were judged by Johnny Johnson, a local artist with an international reputation for excellence, and 11th and 12th graders judged the 9th and 10th graders.
11th & 12th Grade Winners:
Best in Show: Forbidden Princess by Tiara S.
Mr. Johnson was impressed by the subject’s striking expression and the artist’s accomplished use of color.
The 19th Annual Teen Art Show is ourlargest show ever!
A total of 136 pieces of art were submitted (42 in grades 9-10,95 in grades 11-12,) and atotal of 94 artists participated (29 in grades 9-10,65 in grades 11-12).
The show continues in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through March 25.
And the winners are ...
View this slideshow for all winning works. You can also view all winning works on Flickr.
For our 18th Annual Teen Art Show we had a total of 87 pieces of art submitted: 18 from Grades 9-10, and 69 from Grades 11-12. There were 63 individual artists represented: 13 form Grades 9-10, 50 from Grades 11-12.
And the winners are ...
Best In Show
Each January the Atrium Gallery welcomes an exhibit of works by the students of Johnny Johnson's Watercolor Workshop.
View this slideshow for selected works or view on Flickr.
Works by Nancie Harris will be on display in the Headquarters Library Atrium Gallery through November.
Watercolors by "Joan's Awesome Students" were on display in the Headquarters Library Atrium Gallery during October.
We had a great turnout at Headquarters Library for the opening reception of Uniquely Fredericksburg 2012 on Friday, August 3. Be sure to stop by before the end of September to see the show.
Get a glimpse with these award-winning works, or see these works on Flickr.
See the list of winners below.
BEST IN SHOW
Lauren Smith - Walk on Caroline Street
In June, the Atrium Gallery features works by the Figure Drawing Group of Fredericksburg.
As spring arrives, so does the artwork! We in Youth Services always look forward to this time of year when the weather becomes nicer and we have the privilege of seeing the work of so many local talented artists. We had an amazing and thrilling turn out this year for our 17th Annual Teen Art Show. Once again, local artist Johnny Johnson honored us by judging grades 11-12, and the artists from grades 11-12 judged grades 9-10.
This year also saw the introduction of "Artists with Influence," a chance for our amazing teen artists to give back to the community. In this case, teens have the opportunity to donate their art to Hope House, which provides a safe haven for homeless mothers and their children residing in the Central Rappahannock region who want to learn the life skills needed to become self-sufficient. As they do so, our donated artwork will be placed in their homes.
The exhibit will be available from March 3 - March 26, in the Headquarters Theater and Atrium for public viewing during regular library hours, except when programs are scheduled in the theater.
On to the winners!
View this slideshow for all winning works (displayed in order). You can also view all winning works on Flickr.
Best in Show
Savannah Patterson for Safety Net - Massaponax High School
1st Place: Christine Stacy for Little Red Firecracker - Massaponax High School
2nd Place: Tiffany St. Julien for Black and White - North Stafford High School
3rd Place: Shannon Wright for Close and Personal - Massaponax High School
Caiti Wardlaw for Inked Expression - Stafford High School
Raven Souza for Serenade - North Stafford High School
1st Place: Isabella M. K. Nguyen Dillon for Self-Portrait - Massaponax High School
2nd Place: Elizabeth Fauth for Spray of Color - Brooke Point High School
3rd Place: Summer Shank for Versus - Chancellor High School
Honorable Mention: Summer Shank for Jefferson's Berries - Chancellor High School